Software giant Oracle will build in Nashville after the Metro Council approved the company’s proposal on Tuesday night.
Tennessee could be off the table for future NFL, NCAA and FIFA competitions because of the state’s new transgender sports law.
The operator of Nashville’s oldest rock club, the Exit/In, is trying to crowdfund money to buy the property after finding out it is under contract to be sold to a developer.
Slim & Husky’s Pizza Beeria oozes of Black culture. And it will soon bring that feel — along with Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack — as the first Black businesses on Nashville’s famous Lower Broadway.
Ramsey Solutions has become known locally for rules that essentially require everyone to be a conservative Christian. And the company seems to have reached a boiling point when it comes to questioning those rules.
For many people working in Nashville’s live music industry, job prospects dried up in March — and 10 months into the pandemic, circumstances haven’t improved much.
A 34% property tax increase is coming as many Nashvillians are already reeling from the pandemic, causing many to rethink their finances.
As with so many other holidays this year, the constraints of the pandemic are forcing innovation.
A new music industry report shows just how much of an impact the pandemic has had and provides the first deep analysis of how this period has revealed deficiencies in the industry.
The state is expecting the economy to improve next year, but the pandemic is making the outlook complicated. There are many promising signs in Tennessee, but officials say they want to be cautious.